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"What to do with $100??" Here's What I did. (METHOD/STORY)

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by fredfred547, Aug 2, 2015.

  1. fredfred547

    fredfred547 Power Member

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    Before I get started I'm going to give a quick background of my situation starting out and what I did. I took very low paying jobs, normally posting reviews on Amazon, Fiverr, etc. There are many ways to make money that quite literally ANYONE can do. If you have a Gmail account, you can post Google reviews. So, once you've made $50, $100, $200, "what do I do then?". There are plenty of other ways to make money with a small investment but in my opinion, this is by far the simplest, easiest, and probably the best guarantee for a return on your money.

    So after I made my first $100, I bought Followliker for Twitter (and eventually Instagram). I started to build accounts, and at first only grew 4 and within a month, sold all but one. I sold each for $20 and had $60 back as well as FL. Now, I saw someone looking for someone to manage their Instagram account for $25 a week. I bought FollowLiker for Instagram, and did next to no work on the Instagram account because FL automated the entire thing. When that company no longer needed the service, I had made around $500 between both versions of FL. Now, I grew another Instagram account, sold it, etc. etc. I did this over and over again and then decided to switch over to SEO.

    Now this does take time, so if you're expecting to double your money within a short period of time, change your mindset because that's not realistic. This is a simple method and pretty much guarantees a return on your money. Now remember how I mentioned that I sold 3/4 of those first Twitter accounts? I kept one and grew it a lot and it is now worth around $1,500. So for those of you who keep asking what to do with small amounts of money (under $200), this is my advice as it has served me very well. Additionally, it's easy to scale up so with a few twists you could be making lots of money. If anyone has any questions just post them below and I'll see how I can help.
     
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    nice share fred.. btw, do you bought private IPs for creating your account? and how many IP per account. Thank you.
     
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    At first I didn't use private proxies although I eventually scaled it up and started to. For Instagram, I use 2 accounts per proxy. For Twitter, I used 3 accounts per proxy. I highly reccomend experimenting for yourself and finding what works you though.
     
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    where do you buy your private proxy from? any recommended seller? that has good private proxies..
     
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    SquidProxies has always been great and reliable for me.

    Thanks :)
     
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    nice method OP!just want to know....when do you consider the account is worth $20,50,100 already(when they reach real20k+ followers?)?and where do you sell those accounts(fiverr?or there's specific site for selling social media accounts?)?
     
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    Now that I've been in the Twitter game for awhile, I know how much accounts are worth. They all are worth something different depending on where you're selling them. Generally though, if they're all real and active followers, you can sell a 2k Twitter account on Fiverr for $5.00-$10.00. People on here constantly put WTB ads for accounts so you can contact them as well. When I started, I was selling them on SEOclerks. Just experiment and find where people will buy them for the most money.
     
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    Solid and good advice, a plan that is proven to work. Too bad most people look for some magical method to turn $100 to $1,000 overnight haha :), Thanks for the share!

    - Backontrack
     
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    thanks for the share - motivating post :)